Peterborough Police Log: Aug. 19, 2014
Thursday, August 7
Warrant: The Milford Police Department arrested Angela Conroy, 39 of Wilton on a warrant from the Peterborough Police Department charging her with possession of marijuana. Conroy was processed, and released on $1,000 personal recognizance. She is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 6.
Warrant: Cheyenne Chalke, 20 of Hancock turned herself in to the Peterborough Police Department at 9 p.m. after they issued a warrant for her arrest charging her with disorderly conduct. She had allegedly yelled and swore at the emergency room staff in Monadnock Community Hospital on April 29. Chalke was processed, and released on $1,000 personal recognizance. She is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 6.
Friday, August 8
Runaway: A woman living on Grove Street reported at 8 a.m. her daughter left their house the night before, and refused to come home. She received text messages from her daughter. Police submitted the juvenile’s name to the National Crime Information Center as a runaway. Police found the girl in Hillsborough, and brought her back home to her mother.
Warrant: Susan Elliott-Davis, 58, of Peterborough turned herself in on a warrant charging her with providing a false report to police. She was released on $1,500 personal recognizance. She is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 6.
Sunday, August 10
Assault: At 8:20 p.m., Officer George Xenakis responded to Hancock Road for a report of an assault. The victim refused medical treatment. The police determined the assault took place in New Ipswich. When a family member picked up the victim, the police advised the family member to file a report with the New Ipswich Police Department.
Monday, August 11
Pedestrian in Highway: At 3:09 p.m., Corporal Craig Edsall and Patrolman Lionel Emond III responded to a report that a man was staggering into Route 123 and almost caused an accident. Police found the man, and advised him to stay out of the roadway, walk against traffic, and not to obstruct it in any way. The man said he understood and would stay out of the highway.
Disorderly Conduct: At 9:30 p.m., a tenant of Prescott Hill Apartments reported that another tenant was continually setting off his car alarm. When the tenant asked the man to stop, the man become verbally abusive. Patrolman Christopher Martin warned the man over the phone if he continued, he would be arrested for disorderly conduct.